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『岡部宿大旅籠 柏屋』 二階 情報展示コーナー
Japan

二階二の間の脇から少し上ったところに柏屋や岡部宿に関する展示・解説スペースがある。

本来は部屋等の無い場所。ここからは屋根の小屋組みの梁・柱の交差する様がよく観察できる。

『岡部宿大旅籠 柏屋』ボランティアガイド HP  http://kasibaya.web.fc2.com/

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Uploaded: 26/09/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014
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Tags: japan; shizuoka; fujieda; okabe; inn; cultural property
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